Starrah Issues Warning To Artists Taking False Songwriting Credits

"If you report a tune that I wrote don’t lie and say you wrote it."

The presence of the "ghostwriter" continues to forged a higher and higher shadow over the business as time advances, however Starrah desires no components within the title.

The songwriter and producer not too long ago stepped onto the Internet to make recognized her distaste any lack in recognition and it is definitely recognition the Los Angeles-based artist deserve contemplating her hand in smashes like 's "Fake Love," Camila Cabello's "Havana," and 's "Needed Me" amongst numerous others.

"For future reference; artists in the event you report a tune that I wrote don’t lie and say you wrote it," she penned in a Tweet. "Don’t make a faux creation story and don’t make a faux which means up for it. That’s corny."

"I’m simply making it clear for anyone who has any questions on how I function," she provides. "I’m knowledgeable songwriter and producer. At the tip of the day it’s about mutual respect."

The strife of those that assume their place within the background inside the music business is definitely no secret, and Starrah's latest remarks solely additional underscore the delicacy that must be utilized when tossing round props to our favourite artists. In latest occasions, although, we have seen an onset of expertise who've stepped out of the only real songwriter's position to pursue a ble profession of their very own and the outcomes have been promising to say the least (see: Asiahn, Pink $weats, Lucky Daye, Tayla Parx, Arin Ray and so forth...).